5. The Chicago Stache’?
CHICAGO- The Chicago Stache’ is a universal icon representing the epitome of authority and raw manhood. It graces the small children of Chicago the chance to believe in a hero and causes evil-doers to second guess their existence. There are very few things in Chicago that could ever achieve the divine status that each individual hair is birthed into. Resting just above the upper lip, the Chicago mustache is a beacon to all mankind that there is hope for Chicago and a bright future for all who have been gifted with this treasure from God himself.
Chicago is a mustache city. But how do mustaches really affect Chicagoans? It’s fair to say that if you want to be a successful head coach you better rock a mustache!
The real question is: “Who has the best ‘stache in Chicago?”
4. Ozzie Guillén
Presenting our first mustache hero is Ozzie Guillen. Against all odds Ozzie led the 2005 Chicago White Sox to the World Series winning it with a famous sweep! It is safe to say his Mustache played a huge role in this victory. Way to show the north side of Chicago that they’re not the only ones who play the game!
3. Joel Quenneville
Lets face it, Joel has brought more happiness to the city of Chicago more than any other sports team these last couple of years. The man has been producing the most recent titles in Chicago and because of him the Blackhawks are considered a dynasty! Joel serves as the head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks and has won three titles for the city, (2010,2013,2015). Coach Q’s stache is a key to this dynasty and we thank him for it!
2. Phil Jackson
The man, the myth, the mustache! Phil is not only the coach of all coaches; he also sports the stache in style! He blessed our city with 6 championships and coached the greatest player to ever play the game: Michael Jordan. In our opinion, he is the greatest coach to coach the game!
1. Mike Ditka
The Mustache of Champions! Ditka’s mustache and coaching ability were unmatched. He is considered to coach one of the greatest football teams to ever play the game. He led the almost perfect Chicago Bears to a super bowl victory in 1985! DA BEARS!